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by Holmes, John Clellon
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John Holmes workshop topics include finding your own voice, education, discussion of poetic truth, and Kerouac's novels and Henry Miller, and Journal keeping[by Ann] John Clellon Holmes teaches a workshop on writing, focusing on fiction and prose. He discusses Kerouac's novels, including Visions of Cody, which Kerouac intended to be a more truthful account of the events that inspired On the road. Holmes also talks about how to find your own voice as a writer, poetic truth, and other aspects of...
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by Ginsberg, Allen
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An Allen Ginsberg workshop featuring student poetry readings. There is also a discussion about style and ordinary mind. This workshop took place during the 1982 Jack Kerouac Conference at the Naropa Institute.
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Topics: New American Poetry, beat movement, Buddhism, spirituality and literature
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by Thomas de Quincey
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LibriVox recording of Miscellaneous Essays, by Thomas de Quincey. The Hunter Thompson of the 19th Century, de Quincey is best known for his Confessions of an English Opium Eater (an activity shared with his hero, Samuel Coleridge, much to Wordsworth’s dismay). However, de Quincey’s literary genius is best captured in his essays, and, according to Wikipedia: His immediate influence extended to Edgar Allan Poe, Fitz Hugh Ludlow and Charles Baudelaire, but even major 20th century writers such...
Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, de quincey, essays
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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California Digital Library
by Edwards, B. B. (Bela Bates), 1802-1852; Bulfinch, S. G. (Stephen Greenleaf), 1809-1870
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Introductory essay.- Roger Sherman.- Christian Gottlob Heyne (of Gottingen)- William Whipple.- Alexander Murray.- Stephen Hopkins.- Professor Lee.- William Gifford.- Thomas Baldwin.- David Rittenhouse.- Samuel Huntington.- William Edwards.- Thomas Scott.- Lott Cary.- John Opie.- Nathaniel Smith.- John Godfrey von Herder.- Giovanni Battista Belzoni.- William Caxton.-Richard Baxter.-Arthur Young.- Charles G. Haines.- Carsten Niebuhr.- Jonas King.- Humphrey Davy.-Adam Clarke.--Count Rumford...
Topic: Biography
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Burroughs Jr. , William S.; Burroughs, William S.
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A William S. Burroughs, Sr. and William S. Burroughs, Jr. reading. The reading displays a contrast between William S. Burroughs Jr.'s writings and the writings of his father, William S. Burroughs, Sr. William S. Burroughs Jr. reads a series of short poems and plays the harmonica, followed by William S. Burroughs Sr. reading from his then unpublished work, The Gay Gun. (Continues on 79P104)
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by Burroughs, William S.
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First half of a lecture by William S. Burroughs including a tape recorded experiment called "Paranormal Voices," a cut-up experiment of Brion Gysin, experiments with Sommerville, messages from dreams, The Last Words of Dutch Schultz, and phrases of minimal context. Burroughs also discusses Shakespeare, computers, Homer, Gertrude Stein, James Joyce, T.S. Eliot, and Carl Jung. Lecture ends with a question and answer session. (Continues on 76p019.) Keywords: beat movement, experimental...
California Digital Library
by Tillyard, H. J. W. (Henry Julius Wetenhall), 1881-1968
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Topic: Greek literature -- History and criticism
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University of Toronto - John M. Kelly Library
by Jebb, Richard Claverhouse, Sir, 1841-1905
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Topic: Greek literature -- History and criticism
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California Digital Library
by Biddle, Horace P. (Horace Peters), 1811-1900
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Topic: Russian literature
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Field, Claud, 1863-1941
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Topic: Persian literature -- History and criticism
New York Public Library
by Goldberg, Isaac, 1887-1938
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Bibliography: p. 293-297
Topic: Brazilian literature -- History and criticism
Project Gutenberg
by Chesterton, G. K. (Gilbert Keith), 1874-1936
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Book from Project Gutenberg: The Victorian Age in Literature
California Digital Library
by Ker, W. P. (William Paton), 1855-1923; Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321; Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375; Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400; Gower, John, 1325?-1408; Froissart, Jean, 1338?-1410?; Paris, Gaston Bruno Paulin, 1839-1903
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The earlier history of English prose. (Introd. to first volume of Sir H. Craik's English prose selections, Macmillan 1803)-Historical notes on the similes of Dante. (Modern quarterly, Mar 1898)-Boccaccio. (Studies in European literature, Clarendon press, 1900)-Chaucer. (Quarterly review, April 1895)-Gower. (Quarterly review, April 1903)-Froissart. (Tudor translations, Nutt. 1901-3)- Gaston Paris. (Quarterly review, July 1904)
Topics: English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500 History and criticism, Simile
California Digital Library
by Eschenburg, Johann Joachim, 1743-1820; Fiske, N. W. (Nathan Welby), 1798-1847
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pt.I. Archaeology of literture and art -- pt.II History of ancient literature, Greek and Roman -- pt.III Mythology of the Greeks and Romans -- pt.IV Greek and Roman antiquities -- pt.V Classical geography and chronology
Topics: Classical literature -- History and criticism, Art, Ancient -- History, Mythology, Classical,...
California Digital Library
by Nicoll, Henry James
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Introduction.--The dawn of English literature.--The Elizabethan era. The Elizabethan dramatists.--The successors of the Elizabethans.--The restoration.--The wits of Queen Anne's time.--Our first great novelists.--Dr. Johnson and his contemporaries.--The new era in poetry.--Sir Walter Scott and the prose literature of the early part of the nineteenth century. The Waverley novels.--Our own times.--Periodicals, reviews and encyclopædias
Topic: English literature -- History and criticism
Project Gutenberg
by Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth, 1848-1895
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Essays on Scandinavian Literature
Project Gutenberg
by Earle, John, 1824-1903
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Anglo-Saxon Literature
California Digital Library
by Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Riverside Press (Cambridge, Mass.) (1913) bkp CU-BANC
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"Mere literature."--The author himself.--On an author's choice of company
Topics: Literature, Authors
Project Gutenberg
by Arnold, Matthew, 1822-1888
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Celtic Literature Library of Congress Classification: PB
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Pace, Roy Bennett, d. 1918
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Bound with his Readings in English literature [1917]
Topic: English literature -- History and criticism
Project Gutenberg
by Anonymous
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Moorish Literature
Project Gutenberg
by Mackail, J. W. (John William), 1859-1945
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Latin Literature
Project Gutenberg
by Anonymous
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Armenian Literature
Project Gutenberg
by Various
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Malayan Literature
California Digital Library
by Dwight, Timothy
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Contents. v.1/2. The literature of Persia. v.3. The literature of India. v.4. The literature of China
Topics: Literature, Oriental literature
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California Digital Library
by Dwight, Timothy
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Contents. v.1/2. The literature of Persia. v.3. The literature of India. v.4. The literature of China
Topics: Literature, Oriental literature
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California Digital Library
by Dwight, Timothy
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Contents. v.1/2. The literature of Persia. v.3. The literature of India. v.4. The literature of China
Topics: Literature, Oriental literature
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California Digital Library
by Dwight, Timothy
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Contents. v.1/2. The literature of Persia. v.3. The literature of India. v.4. The literature of China
Topics: Literature, Oriental literature
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Globe Radio Repertory
by Jean Sherrard
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The first episode of a 13-part radio theatre adaptation of the Cervantes classic. Produced by Globe Radio Repertory, it played to great acclaim on NPR Playhouse in the mid-80s. Title: "The Quest Begins"
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Topics: Don Quixote, radio drama, NPR Playhouse, Globe Radio Repertory
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Duncan, Robert
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Second half of a reading with Helen Adam and Robert Duncan, with an introduction by Allen Ginsberg. Most of the readings are by Robert Duncan, of his own work. (Continued from A013A).
Topics: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, beat movement, music and literature, performance poetry,...
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by Professor Crowley
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What is literature?
Topic: literature
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Winchester, C. T. (Caleb Thomas), 1847-1920
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Topic: Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Winchester, C. T. (Caleb Thomas), 1847-1920; Gillet, Louis Bliss, 1881-
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Topic: English literature -- History and criticism
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by Winchester, C. T. (Caleb Thomas), 1847-1920
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The new essay, Jeffrey as critic.--William Hazlitt.--Charles Lamb.--Thomas De Quincey.--John Wilson.--Leigh Hunt
Topics: Authors, English, English essays -- History and criticism
California Digital Library
by Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904; Erskine, John, 1879-1951
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On reading in relation to literature.--On the relation of life and character to literature.--On composition.--Note upon the abuse and use of literary societies.--Literary genius (a fragment)--On modern English criticism, and the contemporary relations of English to French literature.--The prose of small things.--The poetry of George Meredith.--George Borrow.--Note upon Rossetti's prose.--Thomas Lovell Beddoes.--The Victorian spasmodics.--The poetry of Lord De Tabley.--Note on some French...
Topics: Literature, English literature -- 19th century History and criticism
Globe Radio Repertory
by Jean Sherrard
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'A Marriageable Girl' (1903) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'In the Ravine', Part 2 (1900) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'In the Ravine', Part 1 (1900) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Lady with the Dog' (1899) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
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Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Man in a Shell' (1898) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
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Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'Anna on the Neck' (1895) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'Fear' (1892) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the
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by Jean Sherrard
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'Gusev' (1890) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Shoemaker and the Devil' & 'Sleepy' (both 1888) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Kiss' (1888) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Chorus Girl' and 'A Calamity'(both 1886). This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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'The Chameleon', 'Oysters' (both 1884), and 'The Culprit' (1885) This dramatic series is based on sixteen stories drawn from Anton Chekhov's vast body of work. The stories range from early sketches published when he was still a medical student to the masterpieces he wrote in the last decade of his life. The stories are arranged in chronological order and trace Chekhov's development as an artist and as a human being. This series aired nationwide on NPR Playhouse in the early 90s.
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Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, radio drama, Anton Chekhov, short stories
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by Jean Sherrard
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The first episode of a 13-part adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's masterpiece. This Globe Radio Repertory production aired on NPR Playhouse in the late 80s, and subsequently in English-speaking countries around the world.
Topics: Globe Radio Repertory, NPR Playhouse, Radio Drama, Madame Bovary, Flaubert
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by Sartre,Jean Paul.
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Topics: LANGUAGE. LINGUISTICS. LITERATURE, Literature, Literature
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso covering various topics including Plutarch, Catullus, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Burroughs, Kerouac, Cassidy, time travel, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Sapphics. This is class 7 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso. The class covers various topics including the Beatnik image, Jack Kerouac, Big Sur, On the Road, and the old days at Naropa. This is class 6 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso on archaic language and tailoring the poem. The class discussion includes Egyptian language, Count St. German, magic, obsolete words, and student works. This is class 5 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso. The class covers various topics including Shelley's birthday and biography, women poets, men as mystical/women as magical, and student poems. This is class 4 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso. The class covers various topics including the Socratic Method, Nero, Masons, the French Revolution, Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats, Roman mythology, Christianity, Post-Roman literature, Milton, and Blake. This is class 3 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Gregory Corso presents a class in which he and his students discuss the question: "How do you get out of it?" Corso suggests four options: love, religion, humor, and forgetting.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso. The class covers various topics including the Zodiac cycle of history, poetry of the Aryan Age, Neanderthal magic, Sappho, Hermes, Gilgamesh, whales, fate, and Gnostics. This is class 1 of 8.
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by Corso, Gregory
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Gregory Corso presents a class on the Sumerian Gilgamesh epic, discussing the historical background of the epic, Gilgamesh as a tragic seeker, the goddess Tiamat, the relationship of Enkidu to Gilgamesh and the animal world, and immortality and impermanence.
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This afternoon, I had the opportunity to speak with Lucretia Fraga from the Critical Reading Strategies (CREST) grant initiative at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). She shared the wonderful opportunity that grade 2-8 teachers in the San Antonio, Tx area have to participate in the use of webquests to enhance reading strategies. The initiative, less than a year old, is focused on using webquests (originally developed by Dr. Bernie Dodge) to teach reading strategies. The combination...
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by Burroughs, William S.
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Second half of a William S. Burroughs lecture on creative reading. The lecture mentions a wide variety of authors, including Alistair Crowley, Paul Bowles, and many others. The class also discusses science fiction, non-fiction, general semantics, scriptwriting, cloning, rotten ectoplasm, and judgment in cut-ups, as well as Burroughs's novel, The Soft Machine. (Continued from 79p043.) Keywords: beat movement, experimental literature, consciousness in literature, reality mapping
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Allen Ginsberg class on Beat literary history of the 1950's, discussing William S. Burroughs's book Junky and his first meeting with Herman Hunke. Ginsbergs discusses passages from the book, including teaheads (page 17), informers (page 47), fags (page 72), the Rio Grande Valley (page 105) and interzone prototypes (page 111). Part 2 of a 20 part series.
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by Kyger, Joanne; Snyder, Gary
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Second half of a Joanne Kyger class on Gary Snyder's work. She discusses his life, his interest in Zen, and the journals included in his book Earth Household. Part way through the class, Snyder appears in person. He and Kyger discuss mythology and literature. Snyder reads and discusses his work and Kyger reads some of her poetry. (Continued from 90P042)
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by Snyder, Gary
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Gary Snyder class. Snyder discusses tips for writing poetry, several editing processes, and some Japanese Zen literary advice. He also reads several translations of Chinese poems, talks about Gregory Bateson and Wendell Barry, and reads Kenneth Roxroth's translation of a poem called "Full Moon."
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by Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg discusses the importance of and references in Jack Kerouac's Mexico City Blues. Plays significant portion of a reading Kerouac did, accompanied by a jazz pianist.
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by Ginsberg, Allen
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Second half of an Allen Ginsberg class on writing poetry. He begins by referring to William Carlos Williams's exhortation, "No ideas but in things," comparing it to Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's statement that "Things are symbols of themselves." He reads from Shakespeare's poetry to illustrate his point. During the lecture, Ginsberg also touches on Haiku, Kerouac, and other topics. (Continued from 84P022)
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by Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
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Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continued from 86p021.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School,...
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by Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
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First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continues on 86p022.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art...
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by Duncan, Robert
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First half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continues on 76p002.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and...
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by Duncan, Robert
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Second half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continued from 76p001.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and...
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by Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso on poetry. Class begins with discussion on Thoreau and continues with student poems. The class concludes with an analysis of William Blake's Sick Rose. The tape ends with a piece of a separate class including Corso and Allen Ginsberg reading a poem. This is workshop 2 of 2.
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Allen Ginsberg's Howl marked a coming of age.
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by Myles, Eileen; Ondaatje, Michael
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Second half of a poetry reading at the Fox Theater, featuring Michael Ondaatje reading from The English Patient and other works, and Eileen Myles reading "Robin" from Chelsea Girls. (Continued from 94P041B)
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Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing prosody as a method of arranging thought patterns on the page, specifically in relation to William Carlos Williams and the New American Poetry. Ginsberg focuses on his own prosody, as well as those of Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, and Charles Olson. He also reads examples from Williams and discusses the history of prosody. (Continued from 76p050.)
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by Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, Allen
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A class on the history of poetry by Allen Ginsberg, in a series of classes in the Summer of 1975. Gregory Corso helps teach the class. Percy Bysshe Shelley and Thomas Hood are discussed extensively. The class reads from Shelley, and Ginsberg recites Shelley's "Ode to the west wind."